Texture, TOne, Color, Value & Symbol
This assignment we had to take photos of various items that were personal to me. So I had to find textures in black and white to have a tonal value scale of 10 images. This was a bit tricky because of how light hits a texture and for it to still show detail. Then to be able to find the right tonal value within it to use.
The next part of this assignments to create another scale and use the 12 main hues from more personal items and take more photos. When we reviewed these two artists, Fred Wilson and Byron Kim, I was able to see and understand their theme. Then with doing this assignment take pictures and focus on Macro look of my textures to make this assignment successful.
Some of the elements and Principals used to create and understand this were Texture, hue, Tone, Value, Monochromatic, Symbol, detail, primary, secondary, and tertiary colors.
The next step was to cut our pieces into one inch by two inches in size and arrange them according to tonal scale and to the color wheel.
These were the images that I used to create this layout.
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My Name is Steve Gonzalez, coming back to school after a lot of years. I am determined to get this done. Sometimes I wonder if I will make it.